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Goblin Market Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Three Enemies Summary

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The Three Enemies Summary

This poem takes the form of a conversation about belief and faith in Jesus. In the first part of the poem one character tells the other character that they don't look well. The character is described as being pale, sad, weary and footsore. The second character responds by comparing her problems to those faced by Jesus. In each instance Jesus' suffering was more intense than the characters' suffering.

In the second part of the poem the first character tries to cheer the second character by telling her that she has good and positive attributes. These attributes are being young, fair, rich and sweet. The second character is merely humbled by these attributes and replies that Jesus was a much better person than she is.

The third part of the poem features the devil, who tries to tempt the character away from believing in...

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